|Mode of study||HE Full Time|
|Campus||London Road Campus|
|Start date||9 September 2019 Please note that day of week is just an indication at this stage and could be subject to change|
|Tuition Fee||£6,500 Tuition fees stated are the annual cost|
|Course code||FLR5HMT001 (1921)|
The ideal candidate will have a passion for Music Production and will hold an Extended Diploma in Music Technology or related qualifications equivalent to 64 UCAS points. Applications from mature students without the above qualifications but with relevant experience and or other qualifications are encouraged. All applicants will be considered on their individual merit and commitment to study.
Applicants will be required to attend an interview. You may need to present a portfolio of previous work.
International students please see our website www.shrewsbury.ac.uk/courses/international_students_esol/ To be able to study on this course you will need to have reached a certain standard of speaking English -normally IELTS 6, First Certificate with A or B grade. If you do not have these language entry requirements, we recommend that you enrol on an English Language course first to prepare you for further study.
This course is an opportunity for you to enhance your practical and theoretical skills that are required in the ever changing music industry. You will undertake a number of creative production projects and practical exercises. Other methods of assessment will include written assignments and presentations. Your final grades will depend on the portfolio of evidence you produce to demonstrate your achievements. Your learning experience is enhanced by workshops with professional practitioners and regular performance visits and study trips, in previous years students have had trips to Berlin and Barcelona. This year students are going to Milan.
The first year of the course will include the following core units: The Music Industry, Marketing and Promotion for Musicians, Professional Development, Applied Sound Principles, Recording Technology and Creative Software Techniques. The course will also feature two specialist units.
Your work will be continually assessed throughout the course. The assessment will depend upon the particular module being studied. Typical assessment methods include assignments, developing portfolios, examinations and presentations. Please refer to the Course Specification for information on assessment for this particular course.
Trips: a full or partial contribution to any trips must be made, the cost will vary depending on the details of the trip. Equipment: We highly recommend that you have: Closed back headphones with a quarter inch jack adaptor; Memory stick or hard drive with a high capacity; Journal or note pad and or full day diary.
The course is set over 2 days per week over 30 weeks.
The attendance pattern is currently – Monday and Friday, this is subject to change.
Complete the online application form at www.ucas.com and click on the 'Apply' part of the site. You can then click 'Register/ Log in' to begin the registration process. Shrewsbury College students must register as 'a student at a college' and input our buzzword "Shrewsbury2019". At the course section, select your chosen subject and course provider is Shrewsbury College of Arts and Technology.
HNC in Music Technology
I chose to study at Shrewsbury Colleges Group because of the brilliant resources and teaching. It’s also great doing a HE course closer to home because I am familiar with my surroundings and have all my family and friends nearby. I am aware that there are less women in the music production industry, but I know I have the ability to succeed. I’m excited for females in the music industry because things are changing
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